Green Bean Casserole. Cranberry in a Can. Sweet potatoes with Melted Marshmallows. Curry Fruit which wouldn not be so bad if it wasn’t all from cans. Sausage in the stuffing which was in the Stovetop Stuffing. Smash potatoes not from smashed but from a box… all of our mothers were colletively terrible cooks. okay, Paxton’s evidently was not.
Thanks Giving shouldn’t be about just one big meal but a multiple day festival were you get to try lots of different things. it’s a chance to learn new dishes and try old things in a new way. made with beer that is. using beer in your old recipes give them a new twist and taste. in fact, why not pair beer with everything on your table. use beer to make everything. from brining the turkey to making the bread. seriously, why not?!
lumpy gravy. hot rats. albatross!
funny turkey hotline stories
out of the kitchen and onto the couch is the Pollan article.
ten minute cooking school
Chicken Harvester video is not safe for work. don’t watch this with kids. don’t watch this if you like chicken. don’t watch this video period.
the Pilgrims were not out of beer after all.
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